MONTAGUE – A standoff with the tenant of a condo at High Point Country Club ended with his surrender 24 hours after it began.
According to the state police sergeant, the standoff began at 9 p.m. on Sunday after a dispute between a landlord and a condo tenant. Philip Curry.
Country Club President Jannah Kelly told New Jersey 101.5 that when another tenant reported a leak from Anthony Fede’s unit on top of her, Feds refused to allow her ex-husband to come inside to make repairs. .
According to Kelly, the Fed called the police instead. When police arrived, Fed said he had a gun and threatened to shoot the officers who responded.
heavy police response
More than a hundred members of law enforcement from the state police, ATF, FBI and a SWAT team were called to the condo. As the standoff continued throughout the day, police used smoke bombs on the unit, blown out windows and cut power in an attempt to leave the Feds.
A neighbor said that the state police used a machine that took officers to another level.
According to a deleted Facebook post, the co-owner of the condo said Fed was wearing a bulletproof vest “with a handgun and a saw-off shotgun on his person.”
Curry said the Fed quietly surrendered and was charged with illegal possession of a weapon, unlawful use of a weapon, and terroristic threats. He is being held in the Morris County Jail.
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